Man Breaks into Sox Kenny Williams’ Home, Defrosts Lobsters, Uses Internet

| by Alex Groberman

Chicago White Sox general manager Kenny Williams had his home broken into recently, and the end result was a little peculiar.

According to NBC Chicago, Wayne L. Field III, 51, was charged with residential burglary for his alleged unlawful decision to break into Williams’ home and steal -- plus mess with -- the GM's stuff. Among the items that Field reportedly stole were: several items of clothing, jewelry and a set of keys.

On top of, you know, stealing – Field added insult to injury by essentially making himself at home at the scene of the crime. When police arrived at the house, they found him wearing Williams’ clothes and his 2005 World Series championship ring.

As if that wasn’t enough, he also reportedly defrosted Williams’ lobster, ate his frozen pizza and drank his beer. Once he was nice and full, Field allegedly surfed Williams’ internet and kicked his shoes off on the bed.

Clearly an undomesticated burglar.

And to officially cement himself as the world’s worst criminal, Field left behind a hospital bracelet with his name on it.

Field is expected to arrive in bond court on Tuesday.

(Kudos to The Big Lead for the find)

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